Meghan's dad 'faked his heart attack'

Lawrence Kim
July 20, 2018

'If our father dies I'm holding you responsible, Meg!'

In response to a story about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry visiting a London exhibition on Tuesday in honor of Nelson Mandela's centenary, Samantha, who has been outspoken in the press since her younger half-sister got engaged, took to Twitter to express her seemingly growing outrage toward the Duchess of Sussex.

Every family has that one person - or that whole side of the family - that the rest of the family wishes would just shut up.

The retired lighting director hasn't spoken to Meghan for over two months now and has been making public pleas for her to answer his calls because he's concerned that she's "unhappy". "She made it clear that he should appreciate him and bond more".

Issues among the newlywed's family have been widely reported and it's not the first time her half-sister has attacked her online.

Meghan's sister is displaying blatant narcissitic tendencies as is her dad who is at minimum an enabler to it. "She's been also leaning on Samantha Cohen, assistant private secretary to the queen, and a much admired favorite of the queen in Buckingham Palace". "Enough is enough", she tweeted, according to screenshots published by The Daily Mail.

The Duchess of Sussex is close to her mother, Doria Ragland. Enough is enough. Act like a humanitarian act like a woman!

And in another, she invoked their father. "Canada, Nina gushed: "[Jessica has] been a client of a few of my pieces and she's also a strong advocate for Canadian designers, so I'm sure she showed [Meghan] my look book and then that's how it started".

"That's an example of her naïveté", says Crown historical consultant and royal biographer Robert Lacey.

And, she's planning a "tell-all" book. And of course, as The Daily Beast notes, it's just a "coincidence" that Samantha's tweet storm came out in advance of the upcoming book.

The father of the Duchess of Sussex is reportedly "utterly furious" with Sharon Osbourne after she made comments about the state of his sobriety on U.S. talk show The Talk.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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